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Call webservice on a WebAS 6.20 via Pear SOAP 0.9.3

Hi Everybody,

I just wanna publish in a quick form my experiences about calling a webservice on a WebAS 6.20 via Pear SOAP 0.9.3. We have our own RFC enabled function module with this interface:

*"  IMPORTING
*"     VALUE(PARTNER) LIKE  BUT000-PARTNER
*"     VALUE(PLZ) TYPE  PSTLZ_BAS
*"     VALUE(CAMPAIGN) TYPE  CGPL_EXTID
*"  EXPORTING
*"     VALUE(E_GREETING_LINE) TYPE  ADRS_PRINT-LINE0
*"     VALUE(SURVEYURL) TYPE  BSP_URL
*"     VALUE(RETURN) TYPE  BAPIRET2
*"  TABLES
*"      SALESREPS STRUCTURE  ZBP_NAME_ATTR

Before I came to this interface I had the RETURN Parameter also as a table. The problem was that if I had more than one table I didn't get any data of the second table. So I've tried around and found that with only one table it works. Perhaps someone had already the same problem and found another solution?

Regards

Gregor

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    Posted on Mar 14, 2006 at 08:34 PM

    Hi Gregor:

    I haven't test WebServices yet...But using simple RFC i got no problem with RETURN parameters as TABLES.

    Check this post...I might help you...

    Exporting Table

    Greetings,

    Blag.

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